What is LRP, and how does it work?

What is the Loyalty Rewards Program?

Below you will find a video that explains how doTERRA’s Loyalty Rewards Program (LRP) works. It is very informational, and should be able to answer all of your questions. If you have additional questions after watching this video, please feel free to send me a message or comment below. I would love to hear your thoughts 🙂

LRP Credit Benefits

The chart below shows you how much loyalty reward program points you will earn back each month once you begin the program. As you can see, the first 3 months you will get back 10% of your order total as LRP. Every 3 months the percentage you get back changes. On your 13th month, you begin receiving 30% of what you spend back in LRP credit. Add the 30% you receive back to the already 25% you get off by being a Wellness Advocate, and you are saving 55%.

loyalty reward credits LRP

I have been a Wellness Advocate for almost two years now. A few months after I signed up and realized the benefit of the loyalty rewards program, I signed up and have been doing LRP since. I have over $300 in my account to spend as I choose, whenever I choose. There is no expiration, so I do not have to use my LRP credits within a certain amount of time after receiving them.

Another great feature of the loyalty rewards program is that you have the opportunity to earn the free product of the month. You do this by spending $125 each month within your LRP by the 15th of the month. That amount also qualifies you to earn commission, if you’re wanting to earn extra income as a Wellness Advocate. The least amount you have to spend to qualify for LRP is only $50 per month. You are able to vary what you spend each month based on what the product of the month is. I have my LRP process around the 10th of the month, that way if I want the product of the month for free, I’ll change my order so that I am spending enough to receive it.

the power of the loyalty rewards program LRP

If you would like to purchase essential oils, sign up for the loyalty rewards program, or as a wellness advocate, go here.

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